What Not to Flush

Please do NOT flush wipes, disposable masks, or disposable gloves!

As you are keenly aware, the situation caused by COVID-19 is changing almost daily. Please do not flush wipes, disposable masks, or disposable gloves. The result of flushing other products could mean major wastewater treatment issues for your individual home and the District.

These products often create major blockages in your home’s sewer lines and in the District’s wastewater treatment line; additionally, if such items make it to the sewage treatment plant, the facilities can become overworked trying to process that solid waste. Please take the time to dispose of these products properly in a waste receptacle in your home.

Flushing these types of products create not only inconveniences in District services, but also incur very costly repairs.

Resumption of Water Service Late Fees and Terminations for Non-Payment

Beginning in March, Harris County MUD 102 Board of Directors voted to suspend late fees and water terminations to help residents and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The District will begin applying the 10% LATE FEE on unpaid balances and will resume water service terminations for non-payment.

Residents will have until September 1, 2020 to make sure their water bill balances are current.

If you are unable to pay your water bill, contact us about a payment plan to pay down your balance. To make a payment plan request, contact Customer Care at 281-290-6507.

Do Not Flush Masks or Gloves

Harris County MUD 102 is currently experiencing an issue with people flushing face masks and gloves down their commodes. This is causing problems for sanitary sewer lines and lift station pumps within the District. Please do not flush face masks or gloves down your toilets and dispose of them into your trash receptacles.